Richard Biggs may have had a descendant in my eighth-grade social studies teacher, Fred C. Biggs, who taught at Arrowview Jr. High School, in San Bernardino, California, for how long I do not know, but he was there, at Arrowview, in 1963. He also had a son, who came to class and helped with the projector, but I do not know his name. He had divorced a Catherine C. Biggs, that year, so he still may have family in San Bernardino, California.
The reason I think he was an ancestor of Jamestown, is that he was such a big fan of Colonial History.
When I found out, much later, that my own grandmother was Cicely Reynolds, Jordan, Bailey, Farrar, Parker, my mind raced back to Mr. Biggs, and I wondered if he had relatives in Jamestown. Sure enough, a family named "Biggs" was on the Swan with my Great Grandmother x10.
Mr. Biggs is most assuredly probably deceased, but maybe his son is alive and knows the history.
Kandice S. Wallace